Domino Printing Sciences


Founded in 1978, Domino has established a global reputation for the continual development and manufacture of its total coding and printing technologies that meet the needs of manufacturers and sets new industry standards in quality and reliability.

Through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and in excess of 200 distributors, the Domino Group operates in over 120 countries employing over 2,700 people worldwide with manufacturing facilities situated in UK, China, Germany, India, Sweden and USA. On 11 June 2015, Domino became an autonomous division of Brother Industries Limited. Brother Industries Limited is a public company based in Nagoya Japan and is listed on the Japanese Stock Exchange (6448:Tokyo).


Articles from Domino Printing Sciences

GMS Pacific appointed distributor for the N730i digital colour label press in Australia

Domino Digital Printing Solutions is delighted to welcome GMS Pacific as the distributor of the N730i in Australia. This new partnership will extend Domino’s presence in Asia-Pacific with GMS Pacific responsible for expanding the Brand position in Australia and driving sales, service and support for Domino’s N730i digital colour ink jet label press.


Serialisation beyond Compliance: The Gateway to Competitive Differentiation

Through the process of product serialisation, brands can allocate a unique identity to each saleable product item. This identity is typically contained within a machine-readable 2D code, such as a Data Matrix or QR code.


Digital label printing doesn’t have to cost the earth

Label printers are facing unprecedented times. High inflation, increasing operational costs, the rising price of raw materials, ever changing customer demands combined with the need to demonstrate a commitment to sustainability.


Mitigating food fraud in the alternative proteins market

The alternative proteins market presents an exciting opportunity for brands, but it also comes with risks, not least the risk of food fraud and economically motivated adulteration, which can cause significant problems for brands in upstream supply chains.


Design For Sustainability: Embracing Reusable and Refillable Packaging

The reuse economy is booming, with more and more brands exploring how to adopt reusable and refillable packaging while still bringing consumers the quality and service they expect – in-store, at home, and online.


A complete solution for high-speed beverage can filling

Find out more about the all-in-one solution from Domino Deutschland, H.F. Meyer Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG and HEUFT SYSTEMTECHNIK GmbH for the high-speed filling of beverage cans.


Domino’s New U510 UV Laser Coder offers High-Speed Serialisation of Plastic Pharmaceutical Bottles

Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) is pleased to announce the launch of the new U510 – a state-of-the-art UV laser coder for permanent codes on white and coloured plastics, including high- and low-density polyethylene (HDPE and LDPE) pharmaceutical bottles.


Domino Printing Sciences Supports International Women in Engineering Day

As a business, Domino welcomes the annual awareness campaign by the Women’s Engineering Society to highlight the range of rewarding careers available in the STEM subjects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, which for a long time were more popular with boys.


Digital Centre of Excellence demonstrates The Domino Difference and supports growth in Asia Pacific

Domino Digital Printing Solutions launched its Digital Centre of Excellence in Bangkok, Thailand, with its long-standing partner Harn Engineering Solutions, in June 2021. Used for pre-sales, sampling, product demonstrations (live and virtual) and for post-sales customer training and development activity, the Centre represents an exciting opportunity to drive growth and sales across the APAC region. Domino is now delighted to share a video showcasing this Centre and the range of proven, reliable digital inkjet solutions and services that are available.


Inkjet is making money for corrugated converters

Find out more about the growing success of inkjet technology in the corrugated packaging sector


What is product handling? The foundation of high-quality codes for traceability

This article answers the question "what is product handling?" in manufacturing and why it is crucial for 2D codes and traceability. Bespoke product handling solutions can guarantee optimal and consistent product delivery to the coding equipment, ensuring readability with crisp and clear 2D codes, ready for T&T.


Design for Sustainability: Exploring Options for Compostable Plastic Packaging

Environmental concerns surrounding unrecycled plastic waste have prompted a rise in alternative ‘sustainable’ solutions which look and feel like traditional plastic but can be composted at end of life, helping to combat excess waste.


When does inkjet postprint pay for corrugated converters?

If you are a corrugated converter wanting to know the answer to this topical question, download the latest White Paper from Domino Digital Printing Solutions.


The evolution of product labelling: new trends in sustainability

Today, consumers increasingly look to product packaging to find information about brands’ ethical and eco-credentials. Indeed, with an ever-increasing global focus on sustainability, many companies are now exploring new product labelling initiatives which focus specifically on a product’s environmental footprint.


The Variable Data Behind Sustainable Food Supply Chains

The last decade has seen a marked increase in the number of governments and regulators requiring a greater and more stringent exchange of data to protect patient and consumer safety. This is achieved via 2D codes and serialisation – assigning an individualised or variable code to uniquely identified, tracked, and traced throughout their lifetime.